August 2007


…again.

Will the Democrats shut out the fourth largest state in the country? Well, they are sure trying….or, well, they are threatening if Florida doesn’t change the January 29th primary date. What does that mean? Florida has its local and state primary on the 29th for sure but it can (read: will need to) change the primary date for the presidential election from the January 29th date which is against the national democratic party rules. So, stay tuned…this is probably/hopefully a bullying tactic by the democrats to make Florida in compliance. However, if the date does not change, Florida does not get to vote for the democratic primary candidate. Yeesh!

Either way, Floridians should vote on January 29th for the local and state issues and again on whatever presidential primary date it chosen.

NPR- Listen to the story for more information

I know 2008 is technically the election year…but would you believe that some states actually have a Presidential primary in January. The nerve of them! This means we should be thinking about what we will do now and since I know we live in a bit/byte world…here’s a few bits, (pun intended) which offer a few more for your education arsenal.

I stand by the belief that everyone is entitled to have their own, just please place your beliefs in an educated mind. <Quote – Phun Chang>

www.votesmart.org

www.politicalwire.com

The lineup I am watching would include Ron Paul (R), Mike Bloomberg (R), Hillary Clinton (D), John Edwards (D), Bill Richardson (D), Barack Obama (D), Al Sharpton (D)


Edwards, Clinton and Obama at the debate.


Presidential candidates (from left to right) Mitt Romney (R), Barack Obama (D), Sam Brownback (R), Bill Richardson (D) and Ron Paul
Which presidential candidate has the best website?